Kaabil Movie Story Review:
Kaabil story revolves around Rohan (played by Hrithik Roshan) and Supriya (essayed by Yami Gautam) who are a dubbing artist and a proficient pianist respectively. Both of them fall in love with each other and despite being blind create the world for themselves which is filled in with a lot of respect, love, and joy. They make us believe the adage – ‘Love Is Blind!’Rohan and Supriya ties the knot but soon later she gets killed and hence from here the plot becomes serious from light-hearted romance in the Kaabil 1st half.
The Kaabil will give you a lot of goosebump moments and will leave you with a lot of emotions at the end of the movie. The way Hrithik Roshan executes his performance throughout the film is laudable! Yami Gautam’s performance came much as a surprise and with the Roy brothers taking the role of villain have done their given task amazingly!
Kaabil Audience Review: Kaabil is regular revenge drama with some fresh and interesting proceedings, which keep the viewers engaged right from the beginning till the end. The Kaabil climax is very interesting and emotional.The movie has all the commercial ingredients to impress all the classes of filmgoers.
Kaabil Movie Review Rating: 4/5.
Final Verdict: The Revenge is blind, it is the strong message of the film.Overall Sanjay Gupta has dealt it a very effective and enjoyable way.
Here bring to some critics’ opinions of the Kaabil movie.
Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama said: “On the whole, KAABIL is gripping, gut-wrenching and is likely to stay with you for a long time. There are minor hiccups in an otherwise smooth narrative. Hrithik Roshan inhabits the part. As a matter of fact, he delivers his career-best performance and is the film’s biggest strength, no two questions about it. Rich in merits, this film has the power and potential to emerge a success story at the ticket window. Highly recommended!”
Meena Iyer of the Times of India said: “The highlight of the film is Hrithik’s bravura performance. He is vulnerable as a lover and menacing as a killing machine. Half a star in the movie-rating is reserved for his all-time best performance here. Yami provides the perfect foil, subtle and super-effective.”
Mayank Shekhar of Mid-Day said: “There is a lot of realism missing in what’s supposed to be a gritty thriller. Locations seem semi-fake. In portions, the film itself appears slightly cold, and Thoda sa plastic. But if you were to keep your eyes glued to the screen and follow the blind man’s graphite walking stick right down to the picture’s climax, I’m fairly certain you won’t be disappointed. Yeah, it is, for the most part, kaabil-e-tareef!”
Indian Express said: “The focus is on the action, done the Sanjay Gupta way. Read that as dull, dark tones and a lot of blood. The focus is on Hrithik Roshan’s face and his blank eyes. The film’s music, despite the retreaded Haseeno Ka Deewana and Kissi se Pyaar Ho Jaaye, fails to actually stay with you for long. Urvashi Rautela’s sizzling dance number probably will.”
Khalid Mohamed of SpotboyE said: “Bollywood movies come with their own destiny and fortune. Strictly for the sake of Hrithik Roshan, who invests seamless conviction and expertise into the vulnerable Rohan Bhatnagar, I wish Kaabil is a commercial upper. Quality-wise, Kaabil, left me igloo cold. So would I recommend a look-see?: For Hrithik yes, for the rest of Kaabil NO.”
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